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I need to fill in a form that was sent to me in .lwp format... So far:

...but before I download a 250MB+ package and install it for a one time thing, did anyone here face the same problem just to come to a more elegant solution to convert this file to a more useful format?


Later edit: installing Symphony doesn't support it either:

Open .lwp file in IBM Lotus Symphony for Mac

So my question remains: how do you use a .lwp file on a Mac?

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I used www.fileminx.com to convert my LWP file into MSWord.

  • www.fileminx.com worked beautifully – user52100 Jun 26 '13 at 9:52
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LibreOffice version 3.3 and later has a Lotus WordPro import filter (see screenshot here: http://www.libreoffice.org/download/3-3-new-features-and-fixes/). You can download LibreOffice here:

http://www.libreoffice.org/download/

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